Miradores del Bosque Apart & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews Miradores del Bosque Apart & Spa Mar de las Pampas
Travel Blogs from Mar de las Pampas
... and walked around for a while through a pine forest reminiscent of the blair witch project. We then sat at a very rustic baleanario on a much more deserted beach that felt truly remote. Fer Paty and I all agreed to walk back to the hotel from there... expected to take approximately 1 hour. In the end, it was a long and wonderful walk that eventually turned into a run for me as Fer and Pato took my bags while I ran to the muelle and then walked back ...
... toward the environment in NZ. Wish we had more time to prepare!
We headed back to Buenos Aires in the afternoon, stopping in a Gaucho town to visit a shop selling traditional gaucho things. Then we travelled to Delores, the next town and stopped for lunch at a roadside restauran. There they are cooking meat outside by an open fire. We tried ‘Chiripan’, fresh chorizo in bread.
When we arrived back in Buenos Aires, Ananda, Graciela’s daughter ...
... This ensures the cows have enough grass to only eat off the land without needing anything else to make them big.
In Mar de Plata we spotted sea lions and walked around the docks. It reminded us of Whistable in England, without the Sea Lions and with better sea food. We ate fresh langostinos (lagoustines) from one of the fisherman on the dock and sampled anchoas (anchovies). Graciela and Jose Luis bought anchoas and boquerones from a shop at the ...
... hence the name). Mate is a herbal tea, Kelly loves almost all herbal teas and this was no exception, she said it tasted similar to Tila tea but sweeter. Because the cup doesn’t hold much and a lot of herbal tea leaves are used, there’s not much tea in each cup so it’s necessay to keep topping it up with hot water. It’s all part of the mate drinking experience. It’s sipped using a metal straw called a bombilla, which ...
... so the cooking process could be observed from the outside by diners. We arrived at around 10.30pm and there was a 20 minute wait for the table but it was worth it because the food was excellent. We had some emapanadas as an entree, they were amazing, really. For mains the meat arrived and the quality was fantastic and the quantity too, we shared a portion for two between five, plus some other side dishes. Kelly’s sister would have enjoyed this meat extravaganza.